Eclipse’s Anarchy i525n560 is particularly well-suited to gaming. In many of our tests, its nVidia GeForce GTX 560 Ti graphics card outpaced the competition by around 10fps. Housed in a minimalist EZCool N800D system case, however, the Anarchy won’t alert others to your secret gaming addiction.
The Core i5-2500K processor is another powerful component. It’s paired with 4GB of DDR3 RAM and a one-terabyte (1TB) hard drive. The Eclipse Anarchy i525n560's resulting 159-point score in our WorldBench 6 speed test is by no means slow, but beaten by most of its rivals.
The H67-chipset Asus P8H67-M Pro B3 motherboard doesn’t support the CPU’s overclocking features, and Eclipse could have saved some money by instead selecting the Intel Core i5-2500. The Eclipse Anarchy i525n560's motherboard does support USB 3.0, but not 6Gbps SATA.
The Eclipse Anarchy i525n560's 23.6in HKC 2249A monitor is an improvement over Dino PC’s 21.5in AOC, but a long way behind Chillblast’s Asus VH242H in quality. The Eclipse’s pair of Logitech S150 external speakers is also lacking in calibre, and a far cry from the subwoofer-equipped Logitech set supplied with the Palicomp Phoenix. Some speakers are better than none, of course.
£750 PCs chart ranking
- 1. Chillblast Fusion Electron
2. Dino PC Elmisaur 2600
3. Eclipse Anarchy i525n560
4. Palicomp Phoenix i5 Lightning
5. Arbico i5287 Pro
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